The losses and abandoned projects contributed to what the Auditor General classified as a contract worth ¢45 million in 107 assemblies.
Abandoned and completed unused projects cost Ghana GH¢44m
Abandoned and completed unused projects across the country cost the state GH¢44 million, the Auditor General's report on the utilisation of the District Assemblies Common Fund (DACF) has shown.
According to the Auditor-General, many assemblies spent millions on projects only to abandon them before they are completed.
The Auditor-General also found cases where payments were made although contractors failed to do the job.
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